Trigger (dietary)

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Trigger: is any external input that causes the body to react.


Food or chemicals that cause an autoimmune reaction in the body are triggers.  The body and immune system are not supposed to exist in a ‘reactive’ state; meaning, a state where the immune system is always engaged and overly sensitive leaving it not choice but to REACT in its own defense.

Foods that people are ‘allergic’ to are triggers; however, it is not the food itself, but the inability to fully digest food and or a porous, leaky-gut small intestinal wall.

Dietary triggers are usually ‘foreign’ proteins that failed to break down in the stomach and gain access to the small intestine as UNBROKEN, UNDIGESTED protein chains [of amino acids]. Proteins, no matter the type or source, should NEVER enter or have access to the blood stream.

Chemicals that gain access through the lungs (aromatics) provoke immune responses, but for different reasons than food.  Toxic chemicals and poisons in the food supply also act as triggers.

Insect stings and snake bites are good examples of foreign protein venom injected into the tissues and blood stream of the body.

Another example is vaccinations (so called immunizations) which create violent immune system reactions because they are ‘foreign’ proteins injected into body tissues along with toxic additives and preservatives like aluminum, mercury and formaldehyde under the pretense that they create immunity.  They do not.

When the body is in a state of hormonal imbalance because of resistance to insulin and leptin, trigger responses become greatly exaggerated, sometimes to the point of death. Please read Special Insights, Change Your Food Habits, Change Your Life by clicking hyperlink to learn more.

See Autoimmune Attack Cycle, Sugar/Alcohol Cycle, and Germ Theory of Disease by clicking hyperlinks. All three exert huge influence over immune response to triggers.


  1. Change your lifestyle and your diet.
  2. Embrace Young Again Club Protocols.
  3. Ask for help and be open to new ideas.

Avoidance is always the best solution to any trigger, no matter the source.

The terrain is usually THE determining factor in the severity of immune response to triggers.

Also see, Digestion, Inflammation in Glossary link below.

Read 6th edition of the book, Young Again!

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